Menstruation is the natural part of the reproductive cycle in which blood from the uterus exits through the vagina. It is a natural process that first occurs in girls usually between the age of 11 and 14 years and is one of the indicators of the onset of puberty among them. Despite being a phenomenon... Continue Reading →

the subject matter of theft: movable property

It is a known fact for all of us that theft can only be carried out for the movable property. Therefore, movable property as the subject-matter of theft has wide connotations. Theft of any movable property signifies wrongful possession over the same. As the possession of the theft property is not legally recognizable, it has... Continue Reading →

registration of gst

Basically, after the registration of any business entity, the tax authority provides the Unique Identification number which includes the Permanent Account Number (PAN) and State-specific number. Basically. Unique Identification Number is termed as the GST Identification Number (GSTIN) which is a fifteen-digit number. The first two digits of the GST Identification Number (GSTIN) represent the... Continue Reading →

marital rape

Marital rape is any unwanted sexual act by, a spouse committed without consent or consent obtained by force, or threat of force, intimidation, or any threat. These sexual acts include intercourse, anal or oral sex, forced sexual behaviour with other individuals, and other sexual activities that are considered by the victim as, painful, and unwanted.... Continue Reading →

surrogacy regulation bill 2020

Surrogacy in Indian perspectiveIndia first legalized commercial surrogacy in 2002 and over the years has emerged as a global hub for surrogacy for international intended parents due to relaxation of any legal framework, restrictions and regulation for a long time, which ensures a legally simple route for their parenthood. Besides these, lucrative foreign exchange rates... Continue Reading →

who all can use memorandum of understanding agreements

What is a memorandum of understandingA Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is a non-binding agreement between two or more parties which outlines the terms of understanding between said parties. It establishes the roles and responsibilities to be carried out by each party and is often the first step towards a formal contract. Even though an MOU... Continue Reading →


Importance of notice clauseAs mentioned above, it is important to provide a notices clause specifically. It is done to support the actions of the contracting parties taken among themselves. However, it is not necessary. The parties to the contract may or may not agree to draft this clause, but once drafted, it needs to contain... Continue Reading →

how freelancing can be a full time profession

Freelance content writers are people hired to create online content for an organisation’s website, blog, brochures etc. They are usually hired on a contractual basis and hence are free to work with various organisations at the same time. They may be paid on a per word basis or on a project basis. The average salary... Continue Reading →

child labour

The child labour is not a recent phenomenon and that too not confined to any particular state. The main thrust of the ILO conventions have been on:1) minimum age for employment of children and2) prohibition of night work for children. The Supreme Court in many cases has emphatically stated that the International Labour Organization (ILO)... Continue Reading →

The NRi Laws of India: marriage problems

In the last decade, India has started facing a replacement evil within the sacred institution of marriages. The ever-increasing number of frauds in NRI marriages has struck the society hard. Therefore, the govt constituted an expert committee so as to deal with this new evolving problem in NRI marriages, which submitted its report in November... Continue Reading →

professional ethics in law

Professional ethics encompasses an ethical code governing the conduct of persons engaged in the practice of law as well as persons engaged in the legal sector. All members of the legal profession have a paramount duty to the Court and to the administration of justice. The duties prevail over all other duties, especially in the... Continue Reading →

Safety and Security of Passengers travelling by Indian Railways

The Indian Railways has been instrumental in ushering a new era in the sphere of mass urban transportation in India. Indian railways has been treated as a national common carrier transporting passengers as well as goods over its vast network. The Indian Railways has 114,500 kilometers (71,147 miles) of total track over a route of... Continue Reading →


 The future of the courts is greatly dependent on technology and how technology can improve their functioning. According to Jeff Aresty (‘State Courts and the Transformation to Virtual Courts’ Litigation Spring 2013 vol 39(2) 50) there are three general categories of changes in courtroom technology: • There are the technologies that legal representatives use to... Continue Reading →

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